Demonstrating PCIe Performance

I’ve written about PCIe, and in particular the Cirrascale SR3514 part, in a few of my past blog posts – it’s what enables Cirrascale to create solutions that have large numbers of GPUs (or other devices) accessing each other directly.  Davide Rossetti recently wrote a blog post describing the performance […]

Getting to Good Enough with Homebrew Tools

Being a small company, we’re constantly looking for ways to save money in capital expenditures (sure, people cost money too, but the culture we’ve created here at Cirrascale means people work hard and go above and beyond…so labor costs for internal projects are often absorbed pretty easily).  For immediate, high-priority […]

PCI Debugging 101

Like many companies, Cirrascale has a few key technologies and components that it uses in a variety of it’s products.  A lot of what we do involves being able to move data around; be it around the world between datacenters, around racks within a datacenter, or around components within systems. […]